Mournblade is the official tabletop RPG for Moorcock’s grim fantasy, and it’s not new. Le Département has been publishing the game in French.
Elric is an albino king, a demonologist and ruler of a violent nation full of wild passion and plots against him.
Titan Comics have a new version of Michael Moorcock’s Elric: The White Wolf due out. It’s a comic book that Moorcock himself it said to rather like, quoted as saying; fully captures Elric’s sense of utter decadence.” It’s due in shops September 5th, written by the tag team of Julien Blondel, with Jean-Luc Cano and […]
In 1976 Edinburgh University wrote to Michael Moorcock, author of Elric of Melnibone, The Dancers at the End of Time, The Jewel in the Skull and many other favourites, to invite him to speak at their Science Fiction Society. He refused in hilarious style. Amazing what you find in boxes of old paper work. Here's […]
Geek Native’s looked at the new releases of Elric of Melnibone and liked them. The Michael Moorcock Library Vol.1 – Elric of Melnibone is different insofar as it brings together the original 1980 comic adaptation into a hardback. The story is the same. At least, that’s the theory. In reality, this Elric of Melnibone feels […]
Elric Stormbrnger is the second hardcover graphic novel in the remastered and entirely masterful series from Michael Moorcock. I really enjoyed the first – Elric: The Ruby Throne – and Stormbringer picks up straight away. We’ve an Emperor of a powerful (but not as powerful as they once were) and chaos worshiping set of warriors […]
I’ve seen John Carter of Mars but not read any of the Edgar Rice Burroughs stories. I had the famous title in mind as I started to read the most recent re-release by Gollancz of Michael Moorcock’s “Kane of Old Mars”. Wikipedia tells me that the trilogy was first published back in 1965. The original […]
Michael Moorcock’s The Whispering Swarm is coming to the UK Via the Orion Publishing imprint Gollancz. The Times named Moorcock was one of the best English writers since 1945 and he’s been compared to the likes of Ian Fleming, J.R.R. Tolkien and even Charles Dickens. This is his first independent book in nearly 10 years. […]
Welcome to February’s Audio EXP column here on Geek Native. This Friday the 13th you’ve a chance to preview tempting audiobooks from Audible and dip into a micro review of RPG soundtracks from DriveThruRPG. It’s worth noting that many of the audiobooks featured here are available free with a 30 day trial at Audible. All […]
“Slender but impressive” – two words which could be used to describe the skull-white, 1000 year old, lord of Melniboné or the latest hardback from Titan Comics. The Ruby Throne is the first in a new comic adaption of the books by Michael Moorcock. I’ve not read any of the Elric of Melniboné books but […]